Brownie Cheesecake Marble is the stunning combination of a brownie and cheesecake which come together to form the delicious and amazing looking dessert option ever!
I love marble cakes, There is something about the pattern of the marble cakes which takes my heart away. And when I saw this recipe at nupur’s blog, it was an instant love. What is not there to love? There is a bake cheesecake. There is a brownie and they are marbled to form the yummiest brownie cheesecake marble. Total win situation, if you ask me!
So I had bookmarked this dish and waiting for something to happen so that I can bake it. Then came Diwali when I decided to make the giveaway basket myself. This brownie cheesecake marble was one of the most treasured items in the basket for me. The texture was brilliant and the brownie and the cheesecake perfectly complimented each other. The family loved it as well and I am sure I am going to make this soon, again!
Brownies are such amazing pieces of baked goodies. You can actually do a lot with brownies. Top them up with bacon and make some bacon brownies. Or top them up with some chikki to make chikki brownies. Layer them up with some Oreo biscuits and choco chip cookies at the bottom to form a three-layered brownie. Add some whiskey to them to make some whiskey flavored ones, or add some mixed nuts to them to make some mixed nuts brownies. I must admit, I have loads of brownie recipes on the blog because I find them so easy to make and pretty flexible that I can add so many ingredients and toppings to them. One of my favorite brownie recipe on the blog is my zucchini and tofu brownies, which is completely vegan!
Try out this super delicious brownie cheesecake marble today!
Brownie Cheesecake Marble
For the cheesecake
- 170 gms cream cheese
- 1 tbsp unsalted butter softened
- 1 egg
- 2 tbsps sugar
- 1 tbsp all purpose flour
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
For the brownie
- 7 tbsps butter melted
- 2/3 cup sugar granulated
- 1 egg
- 1 tsp vanilla extract .
- 1/3 cup cocoa unsweetened powder
- 1/2 cup all purpose flour
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 1/4 teaspoon baking powder
- In a bowl, mix together all the cream cheese ingredients till blended.
- In a another bowl, beat all the brownie ingredients well.
- And now starts the layering. In a greased and dusted baking pan, pour most of the brownie mixture, I poured about 2/3rds of the whole.
- Pour the cream cheese portion on top of it.
- Now pour some dollops of the brownie mixture on top of cream cheese and swril a knife or toothpick to get a nice pattern.
- Bake in a preheated oven at 175C for about 30 mins till done.
Yummyyyyyy!!!!!! 😀 😀 😀
Pls adopt me!!!
Now, you’re talkin! What a great idea. I guess you can have your cake, and brownie, and eat them, lol…
Oh my god..this is divine!! I’m really tempted to try this one out…drooooool!
Delicious looking pictures… I wonder what would happen if I get my hands on this!
wowwww!! unique technique..I didnt know abt marble cakes!
Wow! Wow!! Looks so delicious I could almost feel the taste!!!! Wonderful, Mon.
I am so trying this, Mon! Droooling over it! And this is a taste, I am so sure to love 🙂
What size of tray did you use for this? Am wondering if I can halve it and make just a few. We have a playdate tomorrow, and this seems like a fun thing to take along 🙂
I have bookmarked alll your recipes! I’m sure a day will come when I try them out one by one! Especially the cakes and the brownies! 😀
That looks sooo sooo sooo delicious.
Y dint u gimme a basket 🙁 🙁
u didnt come home darling u didnt come home 🙁
I hope u get to try them soooon
smitha for the cheesecake I used the 8×8 pan… I think halfing the ingredient shld work perfectly though this also doenst give tooo much, abt 16 pieces so u take the calll, hope this is not too late a reply
let me know if poohie and friends liked it
@all : thank u for ur generous compliments
So glad you enjoyed the recipe! I love your idea of using strained yogurt instead of cream cheese. Thanks so much for the entry.
I assume sieve means a strainer? I want to try this yummy recipe!
Its so damn good Monu. The bookmarked pages from ur blog are overflowing now…I need to do a lot of recipes… 😛 😛
Tat’s so yumm.. Thanks for d lovely receipe.. Will try it asap 🙂
Hello monika…read your articles n the magazine and wanted to say big congrats….are ou looking to run any more workshops (also do you allow quiet babies to attend too…only kidding as I have a nine month old) just wondered if you have any baked cheesecake recipies with Indian ingredients….I am cheesecake lover and baked several types but all my recipies had a generous helping of cream cheese…having moved to BangLore I do find it hard to locate and at the same time quite dear to use as lavishly….I tried hung curds but the end result is quite different…..also any ideas as to where in BangLore I could Buy Wilton materials…any recommended shops/workshops to buy ready made fondant etc…looking forward to hearing from you…keen rather new baker in n. Bangalore .
Hello Monika, does this cake freeze well?? Am wondering coz of the cream cheese… never tried freezing it before. Am gonna make this recipe today.
I have never tried freezing this cake. However cheesecakes freeze well in general so I think this too should.
Thanks Monika for your inputs. The cake turned out quite good.. very light!! My kids loved it. Thanks for this amazing recipe. Only one thing… in my cake the layers were separating for some reason. If you try to pick the cake, the brownie base would fall. I guess my swirl wasn’t good enough maybe!